Silverline 2900 Windows Reviews

Silverline Windows are mainly found in hardware and big box stores. They are considered a builder grade window, meaning they cost less, but may not provide the long term value that many consumers are looking for.

Silverline Vinyl Windows receive a 2.9 rating out of 5 stars based on 14 Silverline window reviews that can be found on our Silverline manufacturing page -- see above link.

The Silverline 2900 window is a new construction single hung builder grade window that isn't going to offer much in terms of long term value. This basic vinyl window offers a colonial brickmold design and an interlocking sash that tilts in for easier cleaning. There are very few additional features to this very simple vinyl window.

New construction means that the window comes with a nailing flange or fin that allows the builder to securely attach the window to the rough opening. The Silverline 2900 vinyl window may be available in a replacement option, ask your local rep to comfirm. All in all, this is not the window I would recommend for most consumers, unless we are talking about flipping houses or for use in a rental. As far as Silverline goes, the two models that I would suggest consumers look at are the Silverline 8500 series and the Silverline 9500 window.
The Silverline 2900 Window Series gets a 3.1 out of 5 star rating.

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Silverline 2900 Window Costs

The Silverline 2900 should run $20 to $30 per square foot for the window itself. Comparable windows include Reliabilt 3201 Prices and Jeld Wen Builders Vinyl window.

-- Window Itself: $20 to $30 per square foot --

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Silverline 2901 Ratings

The 2901 single hung vinyl window will provide the following performance numbers (if you upgrade to low-e2 glass option): U-value 0.35, SHCG 0.34, VT .58, & Air Infiltration 0.13. Without this upgrade, the numbers will be even higher (even less impressive) - the numbers here are pretty poor to begin with, so we would urge consumers to at least go with this upgrade.

I tend to advise .08 or lower as my over under for air infiltration and as you can see the .13 is considerably higher than I'd like. However, the 2900 is an economy window and the numbers here are unsurprising.

Silverline 2900 Warranty

The Silverline 2900 warranty includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty that applies to the mainframe, sill, mechanical parts, components and insulated glass. The warranty covers the product only and does not include the repair or installation costs to remove and replace the window(s).

The 2900 warranty is not transferrable and only applies to the original purchaser. As with any window warranty, there are a number of exclusions and restrictions that apply. Consumers should always read the actual warranty to make sure that no terms or provisions have changed or been altered in any way.

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